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2,000 out-of-school children in the Gushegu District to be enrolled in the formal school system

2,000 out-of-school children in the Gushegu District to be enrolled in the formal school system

A total of 2,000 out-of-school children in the Gushegu District in the Northern Region are to be enrolled in the formal school system after benefiting from ActionAid’s Complementary Basic Education (CBE) programme, which aimed at identifying and training out of school children in deprived communities. The CBE programme afforded these out-of-school children, who were beyond […]

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Review National Youth Policy to make it more relevant to current needs

Review National Youth Policy to make it more relevant to current needs

Panelists at a youth policy dialogue in Tamale have called for collaborative effort among civil society organizations towards the immediate review of the Ghana National Youth Policy, three years after its implementation period. The reviewed policy they believed, would inculcate more youth targeted policies and programs for the development of the youth alongside resourcing them […]

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MORE SUSPENSIONS FOR GHANAIAN REFEREES

MORE SUSPENSIONS FOR GHANAIAN REFEREES

The Confederations of African Football (CAF) has further banned and suspended more Ghanaian referees who were caught in the Anas Aremeyaw Anas investigative piece titled #Number12. A statement on the CAF website dated 5th August, 2018 said the suspensions were done after a disciplinary board meeting of CAF with the said officials on Sunday. While […]

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DR Congo protests ‘demand Katumbi’s return’

DR Congo protests ‘demand Katumbi’s return’

Security forces in the Democratic Republic of Congo are battling supporters of opposition presidential candidate Moïse Katumbi in the south-eastern city of Lubumbashi. The Congolese security forces have deployed considerable means to stop several simultaneous demonstrations by supporters of Moïse Katumbi in several corners of Lubumbashi city. The opposition coalition Together for Change had called […]

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